Angel investors increasingly target health IT companies

New data from Silicon Valley Bank, the Angel Resource Institute, and CB Insights research firm shows that healthcare industries and Internet companies accounted for the majority of angel investment deals last year, with healthcare carrying the lion's share, the Baltimore Sun reports. In particular, companies that created health-related apps and devices received a lot of angel investment dollars. California led the nation in angel deals with 21 percent of the total, while New England had the next highest number of angel deals with 14.6 percent. Article

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